How To Set a Fly Trap
Flies are one of the most annoying of garden pests as they reproduce quickly and are near impossible to catch. So if you need to get rid of a large
Cat Repellent – We Tested What Works!
Even cat people will agree that felines and flowerbeds don’t mix. If neighbourhood pets have taken a shine to your garden, one of our cat repellent devices can save the
How to Kill Weeds Quickly and Effectively
Some form of weed killer is an essential tool for any gardener. If you’re interested in plants and flowers, you’ll want to keep your garden looking its best. One way
The Damage Wasps Can Do to Your Garden
Whilst the return of bees is for many people an exciting part of summer, there’s one garden resident we are rarely happy to see. With their irritating buzz and penchant
Protecting Your Garden From Slugs – Some Things you Didn’t Know!
Every gardener knows the havoc an infestation of slugs can have in the garden. Some people may think slugs are horrible slimy things which is understandable. But like so many
Ideal Gifts – NEW LED Illuminated Planters.
Made in the UK, brighten up your home / garden / business with one of these NEW contemporary LED Illuminated Planters. These LED Planters are lightweight (very easy to move),
Customer Question – Using Biodegradable weedkiller on veg patch?
Q. “Is the safe to use to clear a allotment patch to get it ready to plant vegetables?” from Darren A. Thanks for the message and yes it is safe
New Wipe and Clean 100% natural cleaner
This ALL PURPOSE cleaner is 100% NATURAL and chemical-free. Replace chemical cleaning products with this ONE easy to use spray, which uses good bacteria instead of chemicals to keep your
Waspinator Poem from a customer
Just want to say thank you to Mrs Maureen W who sent us the following poem about Waspinators and it is so good I thought I would share it……… Advice
Customer Question – Box Tree Moth Nematodes
Q. “Is your nematode for box tree moth Bacillus thuringensis? I haven’t seen any yet, but reckon it may be good to be prepared if the nematodes work.” Judith Davies